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PORT ORCHARD – A project in Port Orchard will replace an aging traffic signal with a modern roundabout. Construction is set for the intersection of Bethel Avenue (State Route 166) and Bay Street with preliminary work scheduled to start July 6. Depending on weather, the roundabout will open this fall.
SPOKANE – Meters provide better traffic flow, less congestion and reduced collisions during peak commute hours
CONWAY– A project that will expand fish habitat in an unnamed tributary to Carpenter Creek under State Route 534 near Conway begins Thursday, July 6.
MLB All-Star Week ready to hit a home run in Seattle, but plan ahead for increased traffic on the roads
Major League Baseball’s highly anticipated All-Star Week will bring excitement – and increased traffic – to the Puget Sound area with several planned activities in and around Seattle Friday, July 7 through Tuesday, July 11.
Update: Nighttime speed reduction and lane closures for fuel cleanup on southbound I-5 in Lacey wrap up
UPDATE: Crews completed work to clean up a fuel spill on southbound Interstate 5 on Thursday, June 29.
KENT – Southbound State Route 167 in Kent will be reduced to a single lane for six weekends in July and August to replace damaged concrete and repair the road surface.
SEATTLE – Travelers using a Washington State Ferries ride as part of Fourth of July weekend travel should prepare for possible last-minute schedule changes – and make the most of online tools to help plan and stay up to date.
SEQUIM – A multi-year project that will correct six culverts under US 101 in Jefferson and Clallam counties to improve fish passage and migration in the area is now underway.
SEATTLE – To install a large overhead sign structure and wiring for the Seneca mobility project on Interstate 5, the northbound mainline lanes and the collector/distributor ramp that connects traffic from I-90 will undergo two overnight closures starting Wednesday, June 28, through the morning of Friday, June 30.
Following the South Coldwater Slide on State Route 504, also called Spirit Lake Memorial Highway, at Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, initial cleanup work will begin this summer.